Steep Slate Roofs - A Photo Library
Steep & vertical slope slate installations:
Photographs of slate used on steep roofs, vertical surfaces, and steeples. This slate roofing photo library shows various kinds of roofing slate, slate roof colors, slate
roof patterns, and roofing slate defects.
This photographic dictionary of roofing slates is a supplement
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Photo Guide to Installations of Slates on Steep Roofs, Mansards, Steeples, or Vertical Wall Surfaces
Mansard roof Slate on steep pitch, very good condition in this case; careful nailing, perhaps extra nails, may be used when installing slate or any nailed-roofing material on a very steep or vertical surface such as this mansard slate roof.
Mansard slate, note slipping slate - check condition of fasteners
Slate on steep church steeple, looks good from a distance
Slate on steeple with its top shortened
Slate removed, - asphalt shingle steeple is shown in this photograph where the building owners opted to replace slate with asphalt.
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